Harlem Green Screen 2014 Summer Project

06/17/2014 Mail2014call

We are very glad to announce Waves of Change 2014 Summer Media Project Harlem Green Screen.

This summer from July 7-August 14 the group will document the many community gardens of West Harlem: creating short video stories profiling garden stewards, showing "how-to" tend young plants and harvest healthy. Our programs will be seen in parks, gardens, community centers and on YouTube to encourage gardening and eating healthy home-grown food.

The Waves of Change Project is a series that celebrates Local Media that resist Commercial Culture, defend Human Right, protect tradition, and connect communities, featuring clips, interviews, debates and images that explore ideas for sustainability, interactions with political power, and creative communications options.

Watch a past video from the project.

For more information,visit Waves of Change website.

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